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Catching Bigger, Stronger and Faster Prey

Written By: The Creation Moments  |  Posted: Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

                At first glance, jellyfish may not look like much of a creation. Many are quite beautiful. However, most jellyfish simply look like blobs of jelly, so fragile that what might be a minor blow to one of us could prove fatal to them.

                There are around 500 species of jellyfish. They live everywhere in the oceans - from the surface down to great depths. Some are as small as a BB. The largest jellyfish is the lion's mane, which can grow to seven feet in diameter and have tentacles 200 feet long.

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